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Fantastic covers collection

I'm not normally a fan of covers albums -- especially from songwriters whose original work I greatly admire. But Thea Gilmore's "Loft Music" is a start-to-finish stunner. Check out her "Bad Moon Rising" and "Don't Come Close": I can't think of many folks who could take a Creedence Clearwater Revival song and a Ramones song and make both better than the originals -- staying true enough to the source material to show respect while also making them entirely their own. Those two cuts are the dazzlers here, but frankly, there's not a bum track on the whole album.


This album is really great! Why there are only 2 reviews (well, 3 now), I can't understand. Is it that people are not hearing Thea's beautiful voice and brilliant ability to cover a song without the original getting lost? It's so worth your time to give this album and this artist a listen!


I just heard her for the first time now. very good. I love it!


Born: 1979 in Banbury, Oxfordshire, England

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter Thea Gilmore was born to Irish parents in 1979. While coming of age in North Aston, Oxfordshire in England, she ignored the new wave reign of the '80s and instead began to seek out her parents' Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell albums. Later, she found comfort in the work of Elvis Costello, Tom Waits, and the Replacements, naturally absorbing the intelligence behind each artist's work. Gilmore began writing poetry and short stories to amuse herself amidst her conventional surroundings,...
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